Probability states that there is a 83% chance that this is a weekday, what with the Sun being available on 6 days out of 7. With those odds in place, we have to wonder what this neighbour with the pencil moustache is doing at home. If it's so early that he is yet to leave for work then it must be incredibly hot as Lynne already has her top off. The hottest time of day is usually between 12pm and 4pm and not at 7am. If it's after lunch, has this man been storing up his risque joke since the moment his paper was not delivered?
Is the promise of women's breasts the only reason he buys the Sun? I suppose, with this being the 70s, that without the internet or so-called 'lad's mags' this was the only way a man such as this could get his fix of boobs. He should be looking a bit deeper in his copy of The Sun though. Although it is classed as a tabloid newspaper it still covers a number of reputable stories and, for a man who doesn't work and sports a pencil moustache, is enough to keep abreast of current affairs. I doubt he watches the news either, except for the off chance of Jan Leeming or Sue Lawley wearing a flimsy blouse. Imagine if today he hadn't seen Lynne and Nicholas Witchell was presenting; he would've exploded.